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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 16, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL Tin LOCAL WHBUI TOV nraot if THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD UTK LOCAL NEWS WEDNESDAY. FEBRUAIVY 10, 1921 LETHBHUXIU. ALHUIITA. "PAGE SEVEN Coaldale Man Is Canada's Premier Producer of Fine Timothy Seed Itccoirniml by Seed OIHciuls as! hou.-e. for there the government policy ,r on prohibition will be settled. Thcro a of iNew is h, tho cabinet ovor Hereford Rulings tin: nuestlon of the prohibition policy. ________ "Messrs. Doyle and Cote, who seem !to lean to government control similar John Davidson.' of Cocldale, i to the C. plan favor a referendum ST. MARY'S MISSION The mission at St. .Mary's, North Lothbridge, will start on Sunday, February 20th instead of on Saturday, the lyth. owing to tho llov. Cyril Illckerstoth not arriving Calgary from Vancouver, until Saturday. OIL DRILLING CREWS 51 COMMENCE TO ARRIVE i IN NORTHERN MONTANA prominent Hereford breeder, is recog- nised in Alberta as being the largest liinil best producer of timothy seed in 'the province. This, if investigated [thoroughly, would probably moan he in tho and best producer of timothy seed iu Canada. The government seed branch lit Cal- i subject, but there is not un- ,gary is responsible for tiie making' animity and the issue will bo fought known of this reputation. There has j out decision in developed a great demand (or timothy .Mitchell. Marshall, Smith and McLean are opposed to any referendum just now. "Let us wait ana see how the 0. plan works is their policy. "The people are tired ot they argue. It is not quite correct to pay that there is a tight in the cabinet PAY POLL TAX MILK RIVER, AUa., Ftb. 16. reaching here from the Northern Montana oil fields j stale that yesterday three full trews came up from Great oil' at stations be- tween Shelby ami Sweet (jrass. WILL INTERVIEW CABINET The .Mayor and Commission- ur I'Yeoiiiau will reprusent the city in lh" delegation which is to Avail on tlie Cabinet at Kd- monlou on Friday in regard to additional grunts by the government T'li- school pur- poses. It U possible that W. A. Hamilton will represent the school board, but the decision has not been finally made1. Better Fanning Conference Here Friday WiD Be Largely Attended GO MY OH seed produced on the Good Luck 'ranch. .Mr. Davidson returned on Tuesday J'rom tlie Dominion tmietiug of the 'Hereford Cattle Breeders Association, where, he mtiil a resolution of import- premier, It Is understood; tavors the j majority policy in the' cabinet. "Tho Albertan is informed that the caucus will likely divide In the same manner and just about in the same proportion as the cabinet. Stop Drug Store Selling Th.l Will Remove One Objec- tion to Tax Which Brought Last Year (Unco to breeders of thoroughbred cat-1 "One thing seoms certain and tie, narticidnrly of was is that liquor selling passed. The resolution called for tho [rom tne drug stores, forcing of American brooders to ob- from tho thrnnc was tain Canadian certificates when send- interesting for the most part for what ling their cattle to this country. This it not contain. There was little ,lius not been done in Canada before o( a nature in it. It contain- One of the great objections to pay- ing the poll tax on the part of those wiio have to. in thai it means taxa-j tion without representation, will be 1 That is Mayor's Suggestion With Reference to Premier's Declaration In reference t" the statement made! Approximately 25 Per Cent. Cut From (Jlnreshnlm and Lomond to Boundary, They're Com- ing to Hear Discussions s that liquor selling will be removed removed ths application'made by'by tho Pruviacia! Treasurer. Hon. C. ibut such u regulation is in force in the United States. The Hereford expect the Ottawa authorities wiil soon put the .'substance of tills resolution into law. The resolution asked that the owners of all such bulls pay for a Can- adian certificate of registration and that be charged for the registra- tion of a cow. Mr.. Davidson, with John Wilson, or (lids, were delegates representing the Alberta branch ot the Hereford Breed- ers' Association. This resolution was parsed ;it tiie annual meeting of tin; Alberta branch hist April and.the dele- gates were instructed to bring it be- fore the meeting in Toruuto. reference to prohibition or irrigation." the city council to the legislature at R. Mitchell, as to provincial taxes Edmonton to allow of all those who collected In the cities being still re- pay the poll tax to vote iu the city served for the province, Mayor Bar- elections. Being on the poll tax roil die says.that his idea is that the will automatically moan that tho pay- government needs tho money just as ers are on the voting register. Tho badly as the cities, hut the credit of objection the teachers have to pay the cities is smaller than that of the 1 the tax, which has necessitated the province. It should be tlio law that 'council deducting the amount from i cities should have all rights of col- the sum payable by tho city to the lading taxes that will come to them J school hoard, has arisen from the- plea through home rule. There can be no that the payment, of the tax is against j injustice in the duplicating ot pro- the democratic principle of taxation i vincial taxes by the citiea. with representation. I In the matter of drafting of a gen- all new taxes, the poll tax lias oral City Act, which the minister not been altogether popular and col-1 states that the Government will he dis- loction -has not been altogether too' I'osed to do, the Mayor fears that it I easy. Employers are not as a rule I will be rushed throligli by the Min- I willing to deduct the amuiint of the ister Municipalities without allow- The case of Schwartz vs. Guerin is tltx t-or citj. (rom tlie 1vagBB Of ing'for the deliberation necessary by drugging its weary way, with Mr. employees, in that it gives rise to: the mayors of Tho Union of Guerrin still in the witness box. Wit- friction. Alberta Municipalities at its last The total amount of the poll tax I convention, resolvon that i There is every indication that the turnout, of business men and farmers at Friday's conference will he very htrRc. Many leading fanners all over the district from Clareaholm. Car- mangay and Lomond right south to. the boundary have already made ar- rangements to be there. The time that has elapsed since tho conference was announced has been very short, and leading fanners in the various communities have decided on their own initiative that it is advisable for them to be present to hear the dis- cussions. It is being generally recognized that there is more in the present situa- j tion that needs serious attention thau ______ the sheer farming operation 1 and that, finance and business inter- Lumber prices have taken a drop i csts must bo fully consulted as to in Letlibridge that approximates 25 i the safest and most feasible lines for to M per cent. The drop is operating not only for but for cxpei.tad that will be a iitliMiiIanre ot business men an well formers. The Board of Trade lunch- eon at mid-day Friday has been ar- ranged so that tho visitors may infonnnl opportunities to talk over matters, both among themselves and with the experts and the ami bankers. Off Highest Peak Reached in Boom Prices IF PEOPLE WILL II THEY'LL GETBAD BUTTER Local Delegate at Dairy Confer- ence in Calvary Tells What the Trouble is on ail classes of lumber and is being made voluntarily by the retail deal- ers. This, it is hoped, will cause a resumption of building in Loth- j bridge and district, with the resultant benefit to the city and district. Tlie decision to make the reduction j was reached at a meeting of retailers j iu Winnipeg recently, ami since then i conferences have been held in Cal- vary. and hardiwood wiii drop along with other kinds of wood. Confirmation Of Herald Dispatch Re Splits in Parties Morning Albertan Tells of De- fections on Both Over Prohibition of the PT of the ex ness is feeling the lamination, and had to be accomrao-! j dated with, a seat. His nomination fo: I is being conducted by L. M. Johnstonn, in. The e K. C., who Is representing Mrs. miners of No. 3 and No. G mines, and Schwartz and tne son William Sch-: There was at one period a. passage of arms between him and Mr. Bennett, counsel for Guerin, as to a question put to the witness to which quarter! the latter objected, and was indignant when told by Mr. Johnstono not to interrupt. The Curton Copy In referring to the receipt which I figures conspicuously iu the trial. COMMISSIONERS AND Guerin saitl it was made out for the TDITC-TPFC! unrr purpose of satisfying Mrs. oOHUUL, IKUMtfcSi YV1UL, commis- tbo vear (0 be. sion be appointed for this purpose. of this over j This is considered necessary before the year 192o'has been paid action is taken in the Legislature tor miployees or. the C.P.H., the the framing of a general City Act. the Federal Coals, have still to pay ll tax. There-has been a which it is understood has now been smoothed over, in the matter of the tax being deducted from i BRITISH FOOD MINISTRY WILL PURCHASE NO MORE CREAMERY BUTTER IN CAN. The Calgary Albertan. of which W. M. Davidson, M. L. A., member V1' North C'algury is editor, in a dispatch from Edmonton published today, con- firms the story carried by The Her- ald from its correspondent, in the press gallery of the legislature on Tuesday to the effect that there were defections among tlie members on month. who asked for it, to show what the mortgages were for. It waa uot read to her before it vas handed to her husband. Witness .was askod why DISCUSS FINANCING MONTREAL, V'eb. Uritisii ministry of food through its local t agents James Alexander, Limited, an- {uounced today that no more ship- ments of creamery butter would be I purchased in Canada for shipment from tlio seaboard after the end of February. The ministry alao announc- ed that the llritiah market would be free from April l'. SAYS MANY WOMEN FAVOR PETITION OF MODERATION LEAGUE "Women are absolutely in favor of the petition of the Moderation said one of the workers to- day in discussing the progress being made by those interested in tlie cam- paign. Returns so far have been very satisfactory, he said. Practically all of the south has been covered and work is now pro- gressing in llin Claresholm district, witli good results for tho petition. A great many prominent citizens of Lothbridgi; have signed the petitions. future permanency. The recent pro- nouncement at the Retail Merchants' Opinions expressed at the recent dairy conference in Calgary were to mooting in Letlibridge by the dean the 'oftect that the standard of Al of the banking profession in the city, i butter has dropped. A number K. J. Dinning, that "there will bo no 01- northern delegates were strong in money for scratching in crops this l voicing such opinions, and legislation year" has attracted considerable no- was suggested to remedy this evil. It was charged that Alberta but- ter is losing its place on the country's tice among the farmers, and has been taken as a warning by them that they had better get in touch with the very best advico as to how to lay out their plans for the crop season. That is the very thing that the conference has been called to discuss, and a unique opportunity is offered to do this thoroughly with the agricultural exports as well as tho bankers and business men. The general situation will be open- markets. H. MclntoRh. a Lethbridge .dele- house the opposition party is broken right in two. ami that, three members are mentioned ly iu 'MUVB tho government benches. If ill-, lowing accepts the leadership of tho Tory party, says tho Albfrtan dispaMi, he will have with him as the ctlicial opposition only Ramsay. Lowry, Lundy, Crawford, Spencer and Blow. ConservativeK who will act in- dependently are Messrs. IToadlcy, ItaviH. Wilson, Stanley, Barker, Camp- bell, Keinmts. Gen. Stewart and prob- ably Cunningham and Gilmour. Tho three Liberals mentioned as Hearing on the letter of Mr. Win-' o.ow, superintendent. of western the carbon copy, preserved by Guerin, Drancilcs 0- the Bank of Montreal, was signed by him, and in reply said that tho is not to make that it was part of tho system employ- advaucea tor 3chool expenditures lin- ed by the bank. In reply to a further icss city ha3 a say fll those, a cmuers on Question aa to whether it was. custom- will bo held between the The arj- Ule bank to s gn a" cop Commissioners, tho trustees, and the i 11U -M.IUOI If fliio Sari liacm rfnnft documents, and If this had been done tile iocal branch of the In other instances, witness said he o( in regard to the could not recollect any other instance school cstimates for this year. These in respect to transactions with Sch- estimates are to be considered for wartz, and to go through at the next regular meeting his files to ascertain if this bad been of 8Clloo) on Tuesday next. done. In respect to the signing of tho mortgages he said that this took place i In tho office of the Farmers and Mer-1 Presiuent Wilson s reply to the chants Bank, at Sweet Grass, about railway employes is. expected to o'clock on the forenoon of August reiterate his stand that wages must i3th and that Mr. Duublazier was pros- be settled by the Hallway Labor ent. I Resuming his evidence, which was ftill proceeding up to the lunch hour, witness's attention was drawl! to trouble in the government ranfcs. Quot' ing the dispatch: addition Stanley Tobin, of Leduc, iu of independent mind, di'i not attend caucus last year, and was a delegate to the recent U. F. A. conven- tion. This story was partly denied hy the statement made by W. M. Dav- idson in answer to questions by a re- uorter of the Edmonton, Journal. Not Shifting Position "1 am it he said, "T have not shifted my position since I was, elected, i advocated utiw liberalism i.hen and I am advocating the same liberalism now. 1 am quite content- whore J 4m sitting as iu any other part of the house. It is a good place to advocate liberalism. I have no j nunrre! with the government, although j a.m !iot now and never have been a caucus supporter of ill'1. Caucus to Seine Prohibition "The most important dismission this session will he in the first, caucus of the government members of tho stated that ho could not answer. PHONE 1619 Income Tax SPECIALISTS Financial ANALYSTS Business ENGINEERS RITCHIE PATERSON AND CO. 5-H Acadla Building Third Avenue South Sometimes HE says it and sometimes SHE says it but tho lament is always tho same: "1 believe that I've got the brains hut 1 nover had the training to succeed." Here you re- ceive a success-training. Write or call (or [ul! inform- ation. You may enter at any time. Day School. Night School. INDIVIDUAL INSTRUCTION. KEEP ON READING MR. EDUCATOR'S TALKS THURSDAY SPECIAL CUPCAKES ONE DOZEN 25c TWO DOZEN 45c KIRKBY'S 606 3RD AVE. SOUTH. NOTICE! A demonstration of will start tomorrow and continue for three days, we invite all our cus- tomers and others to visit our store and try the delicious flavor of these goods. R. B. DONALDSON 301 9TH AVE. S. PHONE 1150. SHOE REPAIRS For best work at lowest prices try MUTTON PERKINS Practical Shoemakers 4l8a Fifth St. S. Phone 693. ed out by JI. A. Craig and W. FairfieM, and that will be followed by addresscK from Dean Howes alid Prof. Cutler of the T'niversity. The meet- ins TviU then likely take the aspect ot hearing from representative farm- ers as to tlie problems that present themselves, fallowed by discussion of tho best methods that may be to' lowed. H. J, Dinning, vice-president gate, was of the opinion that mttter? will right themselves as market con- ditions improve. As long as the mar- ket will absorb a low class of butter with prollt to the producer this kind of butter will no offered for sale. "We cannot expect to get results until market conditions force us down to he said. Following were the officers elected: C. E. Chrietensen. chairman; Otto Seversen, vice-chairman W. H. Jack- son, secretary: W. Hanion, Lacombe. and H. Mcintosh, di- rectors. POLICE COURT At the city police court, on Wednes- of tho Board of Triido, will then deal i w. H. McGee was fined J10 with with some ol! the financial aspects, suggest tlie ways ami that costs, for creating a disturbance while drunk; John Ray was fined arc likely to be best; the whole lend-! ,-uh casts, for an assault on J. Howitt. ing up to such recommendations as the conference may agree upon. William Strong, alias Str'ome, waa fined with, costs, for being intoxi- The conference is open, and It is fated on Fifth Street. USE MILK IN COOKING Make thick, creamy soups, crisp, delicious croquettes, rich yellow custards. Scrainl ul' meat, fish, etc.. served with a mlllr ply de- Phone 1576. Does It Pay? liaUn or buy oilier bread j'Dii t'ini sot Biieh wnmlcr- fiilly sood hread from us frcdh every doy- iL PII.V try and (Ind but- ter briiiid tiian ourb? Try a HIH! let your liuiuu fulka John Gi'more Ltd. Bakers of Quaker Bread. PHONE rp IIT'il Toymg Witts Rheumatism Many are toying with rheumatism, doing first this thing and that, but nothing that gets at and removes the cause. If you are one of that list of sufferers, then this little talk has a message for you. Itheumalism is a form of a-.ilu- intuxicatlon, or liclf-iioiooniiitr. and in due to rarity elimination and faulty kidney Clii- nipraetic, spinal ailjustments ro- sloni nervous vigor to liver, kid- neys and skin, nnd with the cause removed, Nature does the rest. Chiropractic adjustments this month are lieinc given effec- tively not only in rheumatism but in cnxefi of bronchitis, lum- bago, usllima. tonsillitis, influ- enza, couyhy, colds and head- aches. NO CHARGE Consultation is without charge or obligation. HYPUM JUNE B. SMITH SMITH CHIROPRACTORS Sherlock Block. Phonea 16J7 and 1-W1. The Store That fives 100% Service .25c Firtt and foremoit is the high quality of goods we jnd second, is the care we take in getting them to you. If you aren't a patron of this itore you're milting a real treat. Kweet per dozen Dundee Marmalade- for Salted Pistachio Nuts; 2 ozs............... Liquid 2 bottles Quick and 2 pkgs. Canned Sweet and Lilac Rose 3 cakes (or Pilchards; 3 for.............. California Ripe Olives Street's Grape Fruit Juice; per bottle Dainty Lunch Mayon- naise; per bottle. Campbell's Clark's 3 tor.................. 9C.- and ...........J3C ODC FREE DELIVERY. GEO. KERR CO. FAMILY GROCERS. PHONES 145} AND 1365. THE LADIES' AUXILIARY OF THE ARMY NAVY VETERANS' ASSOCIATION ARE HOLDING THE FIRST OF A SERIES OF WHIST DRIVES ON THURSDAY, FEBRUARY iriH, IN THE MOOSE HALL, AT 8.30 O'CLOCK ADMISSION 50c GOOD PRIZES REFRESHMENTS SAVE BEFORE YOU SPEND I Let your Bank Account be your first con- cern. It will more than repay you in later years. A Savings Department at every branch of The Royal Bank of Canada Total licsourccs Lethlirlds? Ilranch K. E, MacKay, Manager. Branches also at Mat-rath, Curdston, and Taber. ;